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Jul 17, 2020 Peter G. Engeldrum
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The last market of the Winchester Farmers Market held in the Parish of the Epiphany's Hadley Hall, Winchester Massachusetts, November 2014. Farmers, vendors, and artists offered their wares for sale, while musicians from the Winchester Community Music School played in the background. Some of the artists represented were Bob Hesse, Betty Stone, Jay Sullivan, Sue Clark, and Wendy Jo New.
Topics: Winchester, Massachusetts, Farmer's market, Winchester Community Music School, Parish of the...
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May 31, 2020 Peter G. Engeldrum
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Sanborn House - The Beaux-Arts style Sanborn House, designed by Hill & James, was built in 1906-1907 by Oren Sanborn. Oren was the son of Jame Sanborn who started the Chase & Sanborn Coffee Company. The House was called Aigremnt by Oren and his wife Rena. By the early 1920's, Financial conditions forced the Sanborn's to sell Aigremont. The House was ultimately bought by the Downes family and remained the family home for the next twenty years. In the 1940's the Downes' sold the House to...
Topics: Sanborn House, Winchester Massachusetts, Downes, Oren Sanborn, Rina Sanborn, Marycliff Academy,...
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May 31, 2020 Peter G. Engeldrum
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The Colonel is a biography of Lt. Colonel William Parsons Winchester, the person for whom the Town of Winchester Massachusetts is named. Winchester was created from the towns of Arlington (West Cambridge), Medford, and Woburn, in June of 1850. The Winchester's were an old prominent Boston family dating back to 1640. The portrait of William Parsons Winchester that emerges is that of an educated and wealthy, but generous, man.
Topics: Winchester, Massachusetts, provision, ship provisioning, soap manufacturing, candle manufacturing,...
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May 30, 2020 Peter G. Engeldrum & Joyce Westner
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This is Winchester ! is a series of public service films about the Town of Winchester, Massachusetts. This film is about Winchester’s Town Meeting. Town Meeting is the oldest form of government practiced in the United States, and predates the formation of the country. It is the most common form of town government in New England. Co-produced by Peter G. Engeldrum and Joyce Westner, directed and written by Joyce Westner, and narrated by Lauri Minitti. Persons interviewed include: MaryEllen...
Topics: Winchester Massachusetts, Town Meeting, Massachusetts, Town Meeting
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May 30, 2020 Winchester 19 News
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Winchester News 19, May 1984 – Winchester Spring Town Meeting review, Wedgemere station train accident, Winchester Center Downtown Renovation Project, new businesses, CPPAX US Representative candidates debate, Winchester Trails tour at Lock Farm, Recreation Department and Unitarian Rock Concert, Unitarian Players play, “Shadow for a Day” program, Winchester High School Sachem sports: boys and girls tennis, boys and girls track teams, lacrosse, annual road race, “Running Shorts” with...
Topics: Winchester, Massachusetts, News Magazine
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May 30, 2020 Winchester News 19
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Winchester News 19, April 1984 – Winchester Center Downtown Renovation Project, 1984 Winchester High School National Honor Society US representative candidate debate, Spring Town Meeting, Commentary with Bob Gallant, Girl Scout Cabin fire in the Middlesex Fells, Winchester Recreation Department spring schedule, Stone Zoo, Stoneham Massachusetts, Winchester High School Sachem sports: baseball, lacrosse, tennis, softball, football, Winchester Bantam Hockey, Winchester Players, Winchester High...
Topics: Winchester, Massachusetts, News 19 with Allan Eyden and Anne Marie Reidy. Sports with Steve...
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May 28, 2020 Peter G. Engeldrum
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Winchester Massachusetts' Art in the Park (AIP) started in 2000 as a one day showcase, on the Winchester Common, of the work of the Winchester Artists Network (WAN). In the same year, Art in August (AIA), started as a month long display of WAN artists in over two dozen Winchester business establishments. Originally sponsored by the Downtown Business Association, both AIP and AIA are now sponsored by the Winchester Cultural Council.
Topics: Winchester Massachusetts, arts, Winchester Artists, Winchester Art in August,, Winchester Artists...
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May 28, 2020 Winchester Community Arts
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First program. Host Robert Hallisey interviews guests Cynthia Samoiloff and Peggy Wiseman,  introduction to the Friends of the Library. Book discussion “Fitzgeralds & Kennedys” by Doris Kearns Goodwin. Winchester Massachusetts Community Arts Program. Arts Calendar.
Topics: Winchester Public Library, arts,, culture, arts, Massachusetts
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May 28, 2020 Peter G. Engeldrum
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In 1875, fed-up with high shipping costs and shabby treatment from the Boston & Lowell Railroad, tannery owners in Winchester and Woburn Massachusetts banded together to promote and build a new railroad line from Wilmington to Somerville Massachusetts, calling it the Boston & Mystic Valley Railroad. Construction started in Woburn in the spring of 1878 but was never finished due to poor management, politics, and bad timing. Although the road was graded over its 14.5 mile length, tracks...
Topics: Winchester, Massachusetts, Boston & Mystic Valley Railroad, Charles Francis Adams III, Stephen...
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Apr 14, 2019 Peter G. Engeldrum
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An autumn 2015 tour of the Wright-Locke farm and conservation area in Winchester Massachusetts. Buildings crops, farm animals, and raspberries.
Topics: Wright-Locke Farm, Wright-Locke Conservation Area, farm buildings, raspberrries
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The Massachusetts Winchester Jumelage Association dedicated a sign honoring Winchester's French twin city, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France. For 26 years, since 1990, Winchester and Saint-Germain-en-Laye have been twin cities. A short story of how these two towns became twins is told. The sign now stands on the west side of Winchester's Town Hall.
Topics: Winchester Jumelage Association, Saint-germaine-en-Laye, Winchester French twin city, Avenue de...
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Apr 14, 2019 Winchester Community Arts
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In 1986 Winchester’s town center was placed on the National Register. The film is a tour of the district's historic houses, buildings, architecture and memorials.
Topics: Winchester architecture, old district #5 schoolhouse, Boston & Lowell Railroad, Winchester's...
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Apr 14, 2019 WinCAM members
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Winchester Massachusetts celebrated its 150th Anniversary on October 10, 2000. The ceremony, held next to Winchester Town Hall and hosted by Town Moderator John J. Sullivan, included dedication of: the Town Flag, Winchester History sign, historic map, and burying of a time capsule.
Topics: oldest map of Winchester, Winchester time capsule, Winchester's 150th Anniversary, Town flag...
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Mar 27, 2019 Winchester Community Arts
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Winchester's Architectural Heritage. Host Robert Hallisey interviews guests Bill O'Connor, Allen Hill, and Randi Bairnfather. Features house at 103 Cambridge St. Winchester. Concerts on the Mill Pond. Culture Calendar.
Topics: art, architectural history, concert, culture, culture calendar
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Mar 26, 2019 Ellen Knight
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Rock for Aids Concert March 11, 1989, in Winchester's First Congregational Church. Bands: Just the Facts—Chuck Latta, Tim Schmitt, Kim Hoffnagle, Dave McIndoe. Mirage—Mark Davidson, Mark Macleod, Betsy Stephens, Jeff Russo. Progression—John Gray, Dave Westin, Mark Baldwin, Dan Golden, Marty Herlihy. Sticky Hippos—Peter Welch, Aaron Tap, Wired—Anna Freitas, Ron Sarker, James McCarthy, Doug Thompson, Peter Adams, Josh Prensky. Concert MC Tami Heidi WBCN. Robert Hallisey & Liz Banks...
Topics: concert, rock music, Rock for Aids concert
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Mar 26, 2019 Ellen Knight
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Robert Hallisey reviews the Winchester Cooperative Theater for Children production of Pinocchio and Winchester High School production of Rags. Guest cast members; Mike Albiani, Margaret Behnke, Katie Daggett, Zoe Daggett, Andrew Fuller, Mark Gallagher, Susie Meserve, Tom Moore, Gary Pedulla, Sarah Rotundi, Julie Stephens, Michael Wallwork.
Topics: theater, Winchester Cooperative Theater for Children, Winchester High School, musicals
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Mar 26, 2019 Ellen Knight
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Robert Hallisey gives a brief history of photography and interviews two Winchester photographers, Carolyn Hirschfeld and Paul Wyman.
Topics: photography, history of photography, Winchester photographers, artists
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Mar 26, 2019 Ellen Knight
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Concert in Winchester Massachusetts Town Hall, December 11. 1988, Celebrating Winchester's 350th Anniversary. John Willis Jr. piano, Ted Decolo clarinet, John McCann trumpet, Lynn Rahmeier piano, Anne F. Perrault piano, Eileen Moremen soprano, Robert A. White piano, Suzanne John flute, Judy Pippin flute, Selina Woods flute, Michael Behnke tenor, Yo-Yo Ma cello.
Topics: music, concert, Winchester's 350 Anniversary, Winchester town hall
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Mar 26, 2019 Ellen Knight
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Robert Hallisey interviews guest Nancy Schrock, book binder & conservator.
Topics: book binding, book, arts and crafts, book conservation
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Mar 26, 2019 Ellen Knight
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Preparation of the Winchester Players production of All My Sons. Culture Calendar.
Topics: theater, Winchester Players, culture
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Mar 26, 2019 Ellen Knight
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Winchester's 350th Anniversary Arts and Crafts Festival on the Town common. Robert Hallisey interviews weaver Debbie Cary, Maureen Cook spinning, Mary Ducy & Sharigan Carrigan basket weavers, Nancy Nevola quilting, Larry Beckley decoy carving, Mingo/Mye Native American crafts, Dan Chane cider press. Early Winchester history. Anniversary celebration calendar.
Topics: Winchester's 350 Anniversary, arts and crafts, town common, Winchester history, artists, Native...
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Mar 26, 2019 Ellen Knight
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Winchester Art Association and Gallery. Robert Hallisey interviews artists Susan Vrotsos and Ruth Lieberherr, and gallerist Mary W. Jacobs. Gallery schedule.
Topics: artists, Winchester Art Association, painting, gallery, Winchester artists
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Mar 26, 2019 Ellen Knight
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Robert Hallisey interviews guitar and dulcimer players Bennett Hammond & Lorraine Lee. Culture Calendar.
Topics: music, artist, guitar, dulcimer, culture calendar
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Mar 26, 2019 Winchester Community Arts
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Recital by Seth C. Rosenberger on Winchester's new Steinway grand piano. Winchester High School Chorus and Adult Festival Chorus. Culture Calendar.
Topics: music, grand piano, Winchester High School Chorus, Adult Festival Chorus, culture calendar, concert
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Mar 26, 2019 Winchester Community Arts
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Children's books & literature. Robert Hallisey interviews Susan Sinclair archivist/librarian at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and Winchester Library Children's librarians, Heidi Zeibig and Robin Elbot. Winchester's grand piano fund raiser. Culture Calendar.
Topics: Winchester Library, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, grand piano, culture, books, culture calendar
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Mar 24, 2019 Winchester Community Arts
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Special Edition. History and renovation plans of the Winchester Library. Host Robert Hallisey interviews guests library trustee chairperson, Ellen Browning, technical services head Phil McNulty and library director Matthew Sperber. Topics include the Description of the Culture Calendar, Winchester Players.
Topics: Winchester Library, book, Community Arts, theater, Winchester Players, arts, culture
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Feb 6, 2019 Peter G. Engeldrum
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In 2006 The Winchester Historical Society obtained a long term lease on the Sanborn House from the Town of Winchester. The story of getting the lease, which took six years, is told by two Historical Society Past-Presidents, Carol K. Keller and Gail Sjo. This film was written and produced by Peter G. Engeldrum of Imcotek Digital Films, in 2016, for the tenth anniversary of signing the Sanborn House lease. Film outline with associated chapter links.
Topics: Winchester Massachusetts, Winchester Historical Society, Sanborn House, Sanborn Lease, feasibility...